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Two Semiahmoo Ravens alums – Jordan Gavin (left) and Tomas Mrsic (right) – have been invited to Hockey Canada’s U17 development camp this summer in Calgary, along with a few of their Delta Hockey Academy teammates. (Contributed photos)

Semiahmoo alums, Delta Academy players dot roster for Hockey Canada’s U17 camp

Players selected will play for Canada at World Hockey Challenge this fall in Delta and Langley

Two Semiahmoo Ravens alums – Jordan Gavin (left) and Tomas Mrsic (right) – have been invited to Hockey Canada’s U17 development camp this summer in Calgary, along with a few of their Delta Hockey Academy teammates. (Contributed photos)
Clockwise, from top left: Canada Cup founder Glen Todd; longtime volunteer and Softball BC executive Zeone Andrijaszyn; volunteer Craig Donaldson; and Frank Demaris. All four have passed away since the last Canada Cup tournament was held in 2019 and will be honoured at this year’s event. (Contributed photos)

Canada Cup tournament to honour memory of late founder, longtime volunteers

June 21 event to honour Glen Todd, Frank Demaris, Craig Donaldson and Zeone Andrijaszyn

Clockwise, from top left: Canada Cup founder Glen Todd; longtime volunteer and Softball BC executive Zeone Andrijaszyn; volunteer Craig Donaldson; and Frank Demaris. All four have passed away since the last Canada Cup tournament was held in 2019 and will be honoured at this year’s event. (Contributed photos)
White Rock Divers Michelle McLeod (left) and Mattias Frohloff (right) will be competing for Team BC at this summer’s Canada Games. (Photos courtesy of Lawrence Lu/e+e Photography via White Rock Divers)

White Rock Divers land on podium at provincials

Trio of young divers to represent B.C. at upcoming Canada Games

White Rock Divers Michelle McLeod (left) and Mattias Frohloff (right) will be competing for Team BC at this summer’s Canada Games. (Photos courtesy of Lawrence Lu/e+e Photography via White Rock Divers)
After a two-year break due to COVID-19, the Canada Cup will return to Surrey this summer. (File photo)

Return of Canada Cup softball tournament ‘so exciting’ for organizers

After two-year COVID-19 hiatus, popular fastpitch event set for Softball City June 17-26

After a two-year break due to COVID-19, the Canada Cup will return to Surrey this summer. (File photo)
Former Semiahmoo minor hockey executive director Dave Newson has been named CEO of BC Rugby. (Don Wright photo/contributed photo)

Semiahmoo Ravens’ executive director named to top BC Rugby post

Dave Newson to start new role as BC Rugby CEO on June 27

Former Semiahmoo minor hockey executive director Dave Newson has been named CEO of BC Rugby. (Don Wright photo/contributed photo)
Members of the White Rock team walk off the field following the game against Japan in Williamsport, Pa. at the 2017 Little League World Series. (Little League Baseball World Series photo)

White Rock’s Little League World Series team plans reunion

Five-year mark an opportunity for players to reconvene before graduating high school

Members of the White Rock team walk off the field following the game against Japan in Williamsport, Pa. at the 2017 Little League World Series. (Little League Baseball World Series photo)
The South Surrey and White Rock Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Business Excellence Awards May 26 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. (Contributed photo)

Semiahmoo Peninsula businesses recognized at Business Excellence Awards

South Surrey and White Rock Chamber event held at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club May 26

The South Surrey and White Rock Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Business Excellence Awards May 26 at Hazelmere Golf and Tennis Club. (Contributed photo)
White Rock and South Surrey real estate prices – and prices across the Lower Mainland and in other highly populated Canadian regions – have continued to rise, leaving next to nothing available for under $200,000, according to a new study. (File photo)

‘Affordable’ housing limited on Semiahmoo Peninsula, most other Canadian regions: report

New study shows that only 1 per cent of real-estate listings less than $200K in most major cities

White Rock and South Surrey real estate prices – and prices across the Lower Mainland and in other highly populated Canadian regions – have continued to rise, leaving next to nothing available for under $200,000, according to a new study. (File photo)
Earl Marriott Secondary’s senior boys teams celebrates after finishing first at South Fraser Rugby Sevens Championships. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey teams prep for B.C. rugby sevens provincials

High school teams had to choose between 15- and seven-a-side seasons this year

Earl Marriott Secondary’s senior boys teams celebrates after finishing first at South Fraser Rugby Sevens Championships. (Contributed photo)
White Rock resident Gary Worters has been wondering for months why the South Surrey Indoor Pool remains closed, and he doesn’t believe a lack of lifeguards is the reason, despite that being the reason given by the City of Surrey. (Nick Greenizan photo)

South Surrey Indoor Pool’s continued closure confounds senior

‘If you’re never going to open the pool again, just say it’ says White Rock’s Gary Worters

White Rock resident Gary Worters has been wondering for months why the South Surrey Indoor Pool remains closed, and he doesn’t believe a lack of lifeguards is the reason, despite that being the reason given by the City of Surrey. (Nick Greenizan photo)
White Rock Christian Academy’s Athurv Trivedi leaps over the water in the junior boys steeplechase competition at Surrey Track and Field Championships earlier this month. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey athletes prep for South Fraser, provincial track championships

White Rock Christian Academy topped team standings at Surrey championships earlier this month

White Rock Christian Academy’s Athurv Trivedi leaps over the water in the junior boys steeplechase competition at Surrey Track and Field Championships earlier this month. (Contributed photo)
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Surrey, Delta players selected in WHL Prospects Draft

Delta Hockey Academy’s Chase Harrington is highest local player picked – 8th overall

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UPDATE: Man missing from South Surrey has been found

Man had been last seen in 1600-block of 140 Street Thursday morning

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The Champion of the Crescent paddleboard event is scheduled for July 23 at Blackie Spit Park. (Contributed photo)

Champion of the Crescent paddleboard event to return this summer

Event, held at Blackie Spit Park in South Surrey, is scheduled for July 23

The Champion of the Crescent paddleboard event is scheduled for July 23 at Blackie Spit Park. (Contributed photo)
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Surrey pawn shop owner charged with stolen-property offences

RCMP investigation began in December 2020

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The South Surrey-based Raincity Rush U14 volleyball team placed second at national championships in Richmond this month. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey volleyball team finishes second at nationals

U14 Raincity Rush lose in final game to fellow Raincity club from South Delta

The South Surrey-based Raincity Rush U14 volleyball team placed second at national championships in Richmond this month. (Contributed photo)
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One arrested after stolen car stopped in White Rock

Charles Parrish faces five charges and is to appear in court this week

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Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey has updated its name, logo and uniforms – including a jersey designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles (top right). (Contributed images)

Semiahmoo minor hockey announces rebrand, partnership with SFN

New logos, jerseys to be ready for next hockey season

Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey has updated its name, logo and uniforms – including a jersey designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles (top right). (Contributed images)
Southridge School grad Maya Kobylanski – who now competes at the University of Idaho – finished first in the women’s 3,000-m steeplechase at the Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships last week. (Contributed photo)

South Surrey’s Kobylanski tops steeplechase field at Big Sky championships

Southridge School grad now competes for NCAA’s University of Idaho

Southridge School grad Maya Kobylanski – who now competes at the University of Idaho – finished first in the women’s 3,000-m steeplechase at the Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships last week. (Contributed photo)
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Resident taken to hospital after White Rock apartment fire

Most residents allowed to return home Friday after early-morning blaze

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